Enable the libusb on your system.

NT software on Linux testing.
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usbbdm
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Enable the libusb on your system.

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This will allow you to run USB JTAG NT software as normal user. Not need to run as root.

Modify file /lib/udev/rules.d/50-udev-default.rules

Find this line


# libusb device nodes
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ACTION=="add", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", NAME="bus/usb/$env{BUSNUM}/$env{DEVNUM}", MODE="0644"


And change it to

SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ACTION=="add", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", NAME="bus/usb/$env{BUSNUM}/$env{DEVNUM}", MODE="0666"

Restart your linux should do the job.
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Post by PAPAUKA »

thanks...usbbdm
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Post by usbbdm »

Tested in SuSe 32 bit
Change from line
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0644"
To
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0666"

Restart the Linux and it works fine.
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Fedora 14 32 bit.

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Change from
Change from line
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0644"
To
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0666"

Need to use command
./USBJTAGNT -style windows to be able to bypass the crash when open the dialog.
Also
./UJmodem -style windows.
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ubuntu 10.10 32 bit.

Post by usbbdm »

Change from line
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0644"
To
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0666"

Need to use command
./USBJTAGNT -style windows to be able to bypass the crash when open the dialog.
Also
./UJmodem -style windows.

Test result same as Fedora 14.
usbbdm
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kubuntu 10.10

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Same as ubuntu 10.10
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Post by Koevoet »

Only problem with this is once the kernel etc is updated , it will revert back to default values , so will need to be done again.

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Ubuntu and kubunto now works!!.

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After days of trying finally I made this work!!
If on ubuntu or kubuntu (32bit or 64 bit) the default USB JTAG NT software will not get USB connected. Try this command (root)
modprobe -r usbtest
Then it ------. Try and have fun with Linux.

So far most of the linux versions have been tested. Report your result.
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Post by Koevoet »

usbbdm wrote:After days of trying finally I made this work!!
If on ubuntu or kubuntu (32bit or 64 bit) the default USB JTAG NT software will not get USB connected. Try this command (root)



Then it ------. Try and have fun with Linux.

So far most of the linux versions have been tested. Report your result.
Just adding to this , as the above is not a permanant fixture , you could alternatiely do this and blacklist usbtest , add too or create
gedit /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-custom.conf and add the line
blacklist usbtest

Then reload udev with sudo service udev restart or reboot pc .


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Post by abescalamis »

I tried all of the above and still couldn't get it to recognize the usbbdmnt and also if I use the first release both applications open usbjtagnt and UJmodem with the latest only ujmodem
I'm using ubuntu 10.04
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Post by Koevoet »

Open the software via command line as root as see what error it gives you in the terminal window.

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Post by usbbdm »

abescalamis wrote:I tried all of the above and still couldn't get it to recognize the usbbdmnt and also if I use the first release both applications open usbjtagnt and UJmodem with the latest only ujmodem
I'm using ubuntu 10.04
This could indicate incompatible LibQt library.
Which version of libQT you are using?
I might have built UJmodem and newer USBJTAG NT with different libQT library. I can fix that.
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LoNgJoN

Post by longjon »

Hi can anybody tell me if they are having connection issues
I'm on Backtrack 5 r1 {Based on Ubuntu 10.04} When I open UJmodem connection flickers on and off repeatedly I followed the steps above except
the Blacklist part and restarted my laptop and I still end up with same thing
if anyone has seen or gone trough this and has information that may be
useful please help Thank you in advance
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Post by usbbdm »

longjon wrote:Hi can anybody tell me if they are having connection issues
I'm on Backtrack 5 r1 {Based on Ubuntu 10.04} When I open UJmodem connection flickers on and off repeatedly I followed the steps above except
the Blacklist part and restarted my laptop and I still end up with same thing
if anyone has seen or gone trough this and has information that may be
useful please help Thank you in advance
You need to only have ONE USB JTAG NT application running. That means if you have UBSJTAG NT and UJmodem open you might see this.
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Post by longjon »

I tried that even restarted my computer and ran ujmodem from the terminal
as root and I still get the same thing over and over again could it be something with the application permissions or a driver conflict
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